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                                      London St. Andrew’s College
                                      At the Heart of the Capital
Contents
Welcome                           3
                                      London St. Andrew’s College (London SAC) is a
Admission                         4
                                      private academic institution dedicated to quality
Studying At                       5
                                      education in the fields of Business, Computing,
Student Life At London Sac        6   Law, and Professional programs. We are on
Quality For All                   7   accreditation process by the UK's top awarding
Information For International
                                      bodies, offering a wide range of internationally
Students                          9
                                      recognised qualifications to suit academics and
Mandatory Requirements:
Attendance                      10    young professionals alike.
Certified Accounting Technician
(Cat)                           12    Anyone fortunate enough to have a London
Ba (Hons) Tourism And Hospitality     education can tell you the same thing: London is the
Management                      15
                                      greatest city in Europe for executive education and
Bachelor Of Law (Llb)           17    career development. A city of rich tradition and
Tuition Fees                    18    financial might, the capital of England is in many
                                      ways the capital of the financial world.
Version: 24th August
2009                                  When young executives study here, they are already
                                      two steps ahead of their less-fortunate peers.
                                      London St. Andrew’s College is located in London
                                      E1, and walking distance from the financial district
                                      of the City of London, the Bank of England, Canary
                                      Wharf and the 2012 Olympic Village. Our
                                      Technology Centre Campus is also close to
                                      underground, bus and over ground train links with
                                      the whole of the metropolis.

                                      At London SAC, our goal is to provide the highest
                                      standard of academic instruction at the most
                                      affordable prices. Our teaching is goal-specific,
                                      leading to prestigious qualifications and rewarding
                                      careers.




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                               Welcome
                                 London St. Andrew’s College

                                 Dear Student,
                                 When you arrive at London St. Andrew’s College, the first
                                 thing you will notice is our fresh approach to teaching.
                                 When you attend our classes, you will find knowledge,
                                 experience and professionalism, but you will also find
                                 questions, challenges and creative thinking.

                               Since our beginnings as a small, exclusive College for local
                               and international students, we have grown in size and in
                               reputation. However, we have held on to the innovative
                               approach that inspired our early days. We have never been
                               satisfied with second best; we only want best: the best
                              achievements for us; the best achievements for our students.
We certainly do not encourage complacency in our students, and so we aim to lead by
example, in continuous self-appraisal and development.

Today, you can see the fruits of that policy, in the bright, spacious classrooms of our newly
built Technology Centre Campus. We challenged ourselves to make the campus what it is,
and now we are able to challenge you.


I am also happy to announce an exciting new selection of courses will be available
for the coming academic year (2010). Whether you want study for an MBA, an MA,
an MSc, a BA, a BSc, a BTEC or an HND, we are processing the right UK-
recognised qualification for you. Most courses will lead to top UK qualifications
awarded UK recognized awarding bodies and universities.

Therefore, there has never been a better time to study at London St. Andrew’s
College. You will find plenty of useful information inside this prospectus, but if
you would like to learn more than please get in touch by telephone, letter or
email, or come to visit us.
See London St. Andrew’s College for yourself, and re-think your conceptions of
how inspiring an educational environment can be!

I truly hope to see you soon, on the next stage of your journey to success.

Best Wishes,

M.S. Arefin, MBA

Founding Principal




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ADMISSION
London St. Andrew’s College
London St. Andrew’s College is committed to a policy of looking at all applications with an
open mind, and treating them in the fairest possible way without regard to any irrelevant
criteria such as race, gender, nationality or ethnic origin. We also aim to be able to
accommodate students with disabilities, although our buildings are not ideally suited to that.
Students who will need special facilities should contact the College when they apply so that
they may make the appropriate adjustments. Our main concern is to choose students who
will do well in their course, and who will make good use of the many opportunities that the
College can provide.



We are always happy to answer any questions you may have concerning admissions. Both
admissions procedures and the requirements for courses may change from time to time.
We run an Open Days each year, aimed primarily at those interested Admission. Subject to
available space, we welcome anyone who wishes to come, whether individuals or small
groups from schools and colleges. This is a very good way of finding out more about the
College, with an opportunity to meet students already here, and to talk to tutors about the
courses available. The dates are available on website. For admission please contact our
admission team on admission@londonsac.co.uk or complete application form online or
download and post it to the address bellow.

Admission

       London St. Andrew’s College
       Unit 2.01
       Whitechapel Technology Centre
       65-75 Whitechapel Road
       London
       E1 1DU
       E-mail: arefin@londonsac.co.uk
       Telephone: 00 (44) 02079980594
       Fax: 00(44) 02079980594
       Web: www.londonsac.co.uk




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STUDYING AT
London St. Andrew’s College




      When we began to design our new campus, we
      did so with a vision of the real potential of 21st
      Century learning. We have fitted our IT lab with
      state-of-the-art hardware and network
      facilities. Our classrooms are air-conditioned.
      Our seats are extra-comfy!

      Are you sitting comfortably? Of course! If you are
      serious about achieving your real potential, you
      have surely already decided that you can’t accept
      the poor standards of other, low-budget, low-
      quality institutions.

      London      St.    Andrew’s     College,   as     an
      accompaniment to your timetabled classroom
      hours, is an educational and a comfortable
      experience! Relax while you follow your reading
      list and topical research assignments at your own
      pace, under the guidance of your personal tutor,
      and discuss your progress in readi ng as part of our
      programme of regular, one-to-one tutorials.

      You will be given set texts to read in class, and
      discuss them with your tutorial group. You will
      find copies of set texts in the library for borrowing,
      and you can then relax with a book at home to
      prepare your exams.

      However, when your deadlines are
      approaching, and you feel the pressure of final
      exams and assignments, you will find a perfect
      (and silent) learning environment at our college
      library and the Whitechapel Idea Store. Just a
      five minutes’ walk from college, the
      Whitechapel Idea Store is a flagship library and
      learning centre. All London St. Andrew’s
      College students may join the Idea Store for
      free, where they will find, and be able to order,
      an incredible variety of books, journals, audio,
      video and digital resources.




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VIBRANT LIVING

Big Ben, the London Eye, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace... Don't be surprised that we are able to
arrange so many world-class tours and visits for our international students - we've got so many
world-class places from which to choose! Your stay in London, whether it's for a summer of for a
lifetime, should be an unforgettable experience. Exploring the city will broaden your mind and add to
your knowledge of the world and, if English is not your first language, this is an once-in-a-lifetime
chance to really become a better English-speaker. Immerse yourself in London life and you will feel
your vocabulary and pronunciation improve every day.
Therefore, when we help you to learn the city, we also help you to learn the language. If your
English needs improving, that is not a reason to stop you studying in London - that is a
reason to start studying in London! For anybody who wants to speak better English, and to
speak better British English, there can be no other city in the world to compare to London


Student Life at London SAC
The friendly and tolerant atmosphere of the College provides a welcome to students from all
backgrounds, and helps them enjoy their work, leisure, and social life. All Students find the
college equally welcoming. The atmosphere in College is not intellectually intimidating.
Nevertheless, we expect all our students to work hard. The principal reason for coming to
college must be to obtain the deepest under-standing of your subject of which you are
capable.

Outside the class room the welfare of our students is important. Dedicated and experienced
staffs are on hand to assist with accommodation, welfare, social activities and any other
student concerns.

The area boasts excellent cafes and restaurants, good sporting facilities and an active social
calendar. Our student services team can advise on healthcare, counselling and
disability issues, whilst their knowledge of London can help you make the most of your stay.



Accommodation

Finding suitable accommodation in London can be challenging. The Student Welfare Office
at London St. Andrew’s College assists students to find accommodation locally before
starting their course. In addition, London St. Andrew’s College Student welfare Office can
arrange temporary accommodation for the student on request.
 Students are advice to contact our student welfare office on above address at least four
weeks before accommodation is required. Our student welfare office work with local
accommodation agencies, property owners and households to provide a selection of suitable
student houses for let during term time.




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Quality for All
 Do you already follow a course of study in the UK, somewhere lower in quality than
  London SAC?

 Do you dream of making a great change to your life, of developing your professional
  skills and gaining professional qualifications to drive your career forward?

 Do you dream of academic freedom in one of the UK’s more traditional universities, and
  do you want an affordable and accessible way to get there?

 Do you already have a BIG PLAN, and now all you need is the right educational
  environment in which to flourish?

London St. Andrew’s College is the right college for you with the all kinds of facilities.



London SAC Technology Centre Campus is



      Fully-fitted, state-of-the-art IT lab
      Air-conditioned classrooms
      IT, Business. Law, Accountancy, Finance and General interest library
      Expert, innovative teachers
      Friendly and helpful support staff
      Dedicated student welfare team
      Language support for international students




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                              LEARNING SUPPORT POLICY
                                   The Short Version

  A. The college will provide weekly English classes.

  B. The college will provide weekly IT classes.

  C. These classes are compulsory for those students deemed to be below minimum
     requirements, optional for the others.

  D. At the start of each course, any student may request to join.

  E. At the end of each course, students on the course may provide a valid IELTS (English)
     or ECDL (IT) report to exempt themselves from further classes.

  F. Fees for all courses covered by the Learning Support Policy are payable by the student.


             Note: Please telephone or email the college any time, to request the
                       “long version” of our Learning Support Policy




QUALITY ASSURANCE POLICY

The Short Version

          Students are provided with all the information they need, before, during and
          after their course.

          Students are provided with an appropriate level of learning support, if required
          or requested.

          Student progress is monitored by the college, according to individual and
          objective standards.

          Students have access to Senior Management, who are responsive to their views.

Staff are included in, and benefit from, observation and appraisal processes.



          Staff receive continuous training, and take responsibility for their learning.

                 Please telephone or email the college any time, to request the
                       “long version” of our Quality Assurance Policy


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Information for International
Students
                    IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!


Mandatory requirements: Student Visas


    Non-EU students are required to apply for a visa prior to arrival in the UK.
      This requirement is mandatory.

    If your Programme of study is 6 months or less and you intend to leave after it
      finishes (i.e. you will be in the country for no longer than 6 months) then you
      should apply for a General Student Visa or Student Visitor Visa*.

    If your Programmes of study is more than six months or you think you may
      want to extend your stay, then you should apply for General Student Visa.

      *Note that if you apply for a Student Visitor Visa, once you have entered the
UK you will not be allowed to extend your stay or switch to the General Student
category.


       You can find out more about UK visa requirements on the internet, by
visiting http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/studyingintheuk .




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 Mandatory requirements: Attendance
 International students may only enroll on full-time courses that involve a minimum of 15
 hours’ organised daytime study per week.




                        LONDON ST. ANDREW’S COLLEGE
                             ATTENDANCE POLICY
                               The Short Version

ALL STUDENTS are expected to:

   A. Attend the first contact-point (Start Date) of their course.
      Attend all subsequent contact-points. This includes lectures, seminars,
      tutorials, labs, examinations and any other scheduled appointments.
   B. Provide a doctor’s note or other suitable documentary support, should they
      have a valid reason for non-attendance.
   C. Should any student fail to meet the above requirements, they will be subject to
      disciplinary action that may lead to the termination of their enrollment with the
      college.

ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS must also be aware of the following:

If you fail to report to the college for enrollment at the expected time, or if you miss
10 consecutive contact-points, the college will be forced to terminate your enrollment
at the college. In such cases the college is also obliged to report you to the UK Border
Agency. The Home Office will then take up your case.

               Please telephone or email the college any time, to request the
                          “long version” of our Attendance Policy




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ACCA
F1 (Accountant in Business)

F2 (Management Accounting)

F3 (Financial Accounting )

About ACCA

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for
professional accountants. ACCA aim to offer business-relevant, first-choice qualifications to
people of application, ability and ambition around the world who seek a rewarding career in
accountancy, finance and management.




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F1 (Accountant in Business)
To introduce knowledge and understanding of the        ACCA Syllabus (Exams & study)
business and its environment and the influence         You will need to complete 14 papers in total.
this has on how organizations are structured and       A maximum of nine papers in the
on the role of the accounting and other key            Fundamentals level are available for
business functions in contributing to the efficient,   exemption.
effective and ethical management and development
of an organization and its people and systems.         FUNDAMENTALS (nine papers in total)
F2 (Management Accounting)

                                                       Knowledge
To develop knowledge and understanding of how
                                                       F1Accountant in Business(AB)
to prepare and process basic cost and quantitative
                                                       F2Management Accounting(MA)
information to support management in planning
                                                       F3Financial Accounting(FA)
and Decision-making in a variety of business
contexts.
F3 (Financial Accounting )                             Skills
To develop knowledge and understanding of the          F4Corporate and Business Law(CL)
underlying principles and concepts relating to         F5Performance Management(PM)
financial accounting and technical proficiency in      F6Taxation(TX)F7Financial Reporting(FR)
the use of double-entry accounting techniques          F8Audit and Assurance (AA)
including the preparation of basic financial           F9Financial Management(FM)
statements.
                                                       PROFESSIONAL (five papers in total)
Career opportunities
ACCA aims to provide opportunity to people of          Essentials
application, ability and ambition around the world.    P1Professional Accountant(PA)
To achieve this, we provide more than one single       P2Corporate Reporting(CR)
professional level qualification. Our range of         P3Business Analysis(BA)
qualifications have been designed to correspond to
your staff development needs and their flexibility     Options (two to be completed)
helps to realise potential in your people, whether     P4Advanced Financial Management(AFM)
you want to fast-track a graduate, nurture your        P5Advanced Performance
accounting support staff or help non-financial         Management(APM)
managers conquer a fear of figures.                    P6Advanced Taxation(ATX)
                                                       P7Advanced Audit and Assurance


Key Facts:
                                                       Minimum entry requirements:
Duration: Three years full time.
                                                       Two A Levels and three GCSEs or equivalent
Start Date: September 2009 & February 2010             in five separate subjects, including English
English language requirements: IELTS 5.5               and Mathematics.
(Or equivalent)                                        Full information on the minimum entrance
                                                       criteria for each country is available on
                                                       www.accaglobal.com


                                                       Contact us:
                                                       E-mail: info@londonsac.co.uk
                                                       Web: www.londonsac.co.uk




Certified Accounting Technician (CAT)
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ACCA's  Certified Accounting Technician Qualification (CAT) has a combination of study and
practical experience, designed to build your knowledge in accountancy, IT and management.

Whilst you will learn the ins and outs of double entry book keep and, as you progress, advanced
accounting concepts, a fully qualified Certified Accounting Technician will also be trained to
manage themselves and their departments. Accounting Technicians will also have an understanding
of the law as it relates to company accounts.

London St. Andrew’s College has worked closely with ACCA to ensure that every element of the
course is tailored to specific ACCA examination papers. The student is guided step by step through
all of the necessary skills and just the right level of detail is provided to enable the student to be
confident of examination success. We believe it is the best ACCA programme available.

Syllabus                                            Entry Requirements
The syllabus consists of the following papers       There are no formal academic qualifications
spread over 3 levels:                               necessary to register for the CAT Qualification.
                                                    But your previous qualifications may entitle
Introductory                                        you to exemptions from some of the CAT
Paper 1 Recording Financial Transactions*           exams. This means that you will start your
Paper 2 Information for Management Control*         studies at the most appropriate level according
                                                    to your knowledge and skills, and, more
Intermediate                                        importantly, avoid studying subjects you
Paper 3 Maintaining Financial Records*              already know.
Paper 4 Accounting for Costs*
                                                    Career opportunities
Advanced                                            Many of our graduates are recruited by leading
Core
                                                    firms in the accounting profession, while
Paper 5 Managing People and Systems
Paper 6 Drafting Financial Statements               others choose careers in banking, insurance,
Paper 7 Planning, Control and Performance           industry or local government.
Management                                          There are a number of professional
                                                    accountancy bodies which offer further
Plus Options (2 from 3):
                                                    training to our graduates and this leads to
Paper 8 Implementing Auditing Procedures
                                                    careers in Audit, Business, Management, the
Paper 9 Preparing Tax Computations
Paper 10 Managing Finances                          Public Sector and Taxation.

                                                    Many graduates choose to pursue careers with
                                                    an accountancy firm whilst others complete
                                                    their professional training in industry or the
                                                    public sector. Others seek careers in
                                                    consultancy; banking and finance; retailing;
                                                    marketing or teaching. Each year a number of
                                                    students choose to enter postgraduate study in
                                                    finance and accounting.

Key Facts:                                          Exam centers:
                                                    Students will be required to undertake a three hour
Duration: Three years full time.                    written exam for each module at Certificate, Diploma
Start Date: September 2009 & February 2010          and Higher Diploma levels.
English language requirements: IELTS 5.5
                                                    Contact us:
(Or equivalent)
                                                    E-mail: info@londonsac.co.uk
                                                    Web: www.londonsac.co.uk


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About the programme                                    OTHM Qualification Entry Requirements
The Programme explores the dynamic and complex
relationship between tourism and hospitality            There are four levels of qualification open
industries and their supporting management             to OTHM Student Members
industries that shape the innovation process in an
International context. The tourism and Hospitality
                                                       OTHM                       Entry
programme offers an extensive choice of units
                                                       Qualification              Requirements
covering these vibrant, dynamic sectors of the world
economies. Student will gain a sound understanding
                                                       Introductory Certificate
                                                                                  Individuals who wish
and knowledge of the tourism and hospitality                                      to commence or have
management, on a wide range of issues affecting                                   commenced work in
sustainable communities including in formation                                    the tourism and
technology and customer relations skills.                                         hospitality industry +
Progression Routes                                                                English language
                                                                                  competencey of IELTS
                                                                                  6.0
                                                                                  NB If concurrent
                                                                                  English language
                                                                                  tuition is offered it is
                                                                                  recommended that
                                                                                  students have IELTS
                                                                                  5.0 at the beginning of
                                                                                  the course and IELTS
                                                                                  6.0 by the completion
                                                                                  of the course.
                                                       Certificate
                                                                                  Holders of OTHM
                                                                                  Introductory
                                                                                  Certificate or
                                                                                  5 GCSE's or 5 O'Levels
                                                                                  or equivalent or
                                                                                  Equivalent academic
                                                                                  qualifications or
Career opportunities                                                              Mature students with
A degree in OTHM is fundamental to career as an                                   at least 5 year's
OTHM professional today. At the moment graduate                                   relevant experience
can expect to enter management                                                    + English Language
traineeships/position in large and small tourism                                  Competency (IELTS
and hospitality organisation in the UK and abroad.                                6.0)
e.g. tour operation, travel agency, hotels, bars and
restaurants positions in government organisation
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such as visit Britain and other marketing and            Diploma
                                                                                       Holders of OTHM
development bodies or research positions related to                                    Certificate or
the tourism and hospitality includes either in                                         Equivalent academic
market research agencies or in universities following                                  qualifications or
completion of a relevant postgraduate.                                                 Mature students with a
                                                                                       minimum of 8 year's
                                                                                       relevant experience
                                                                                       including 3 year's
                                                                                       management
                                                                                       experience
                                                                                       + English Language
                                                                                       Competency (IELTS
                                                                                       6.0)
                                                                                       * Holders of OTHM
                                                                                       Diploma can apply for
                                                                                       Associate Member
                                                                                       status
                                                         Higher Diploma
                                                                                       Holders of OTHM
                                                                                       Diploma or equivalent
                                                                                       or
                                                                                       1st Degree or
                                                                                       HND/HNC or
                                                                                       equivalent
                                                                                       + English Language
                                                                                       Competency (IELTS
                                                                                       6.0)
                                                                                       * Holders of OTHM
                                                                                       Higher Diploma can
                                                                                       apply for Member
                                                                                       status

Key Facts:                                              Exam centers:
                                                        Students will be required to undertake a
Duration: Three years full time.                        three hour written exam for each module
Start Date: September 2009 & February 2010
                                                        at Certificate, Diploma and Higher
English language requirements: IELTS 6.0                Diploma levels.
 (Or equivalent)
                                                        Contact us:
                                                        E-mail: info@londonsac.co.uk
                                                        Web: www.londonsac.co.uk




BA (Hons) Tourism and Hospitality
Management [Top up LSBU]
(OTHM) Qualifications

The Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management (OTHM) is professional membership
body servicing the tourism and hospitality industry throughout the world. OTHM provides a track of
professional qualifications that are designed for Student Members to develop progressively the skills
and knowledge that they will need to help them in their careers.


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Bachelor of Law (LLB)
University of London External Programme:

The University of London is one of the leading universities in the world. It has been offering its
external degree programmes to students for almost 150 years.

The University of London LLB by External study is recognised as a Qualifying Law Degree so long
as certain specific conditions are met, as outlined below. Holding a Qualifying Law Degree fulfils
the requirements of the Academic Stage of legal training and enables students to proceed to the
Vocational Stage of training for legal practice in England and Wales. A number of other
jurisdictions internationally also recognise it as at least partial fulfilment of the Academic Stage
requirements. Qualifying Law Degree requirements In order for a University of London LLB
degree by External study to count as a Qualifying Law Degree in England and Wales, the
following requirements must be satisfied.

The period of study must not be more than six years (whereas eight years are permitted to pass
the LLB as an academic degree).

The student must have satisfied the examiners in respect of the Foundations of Legal Knowledge
subject areas, which includes EU law.

Programme Structure                              Entrance requirements
                                                 In order to satisfy the entrance requirements
Year-1(Intermediate)                             for the LLB you must normally* be at least
Common law reasoning and institutions            17 years of age at the time of registration and
Criminal law                                     have passes in:
Elements of the law of contract                  either two subjects at GCE 'A' level and at
Public Law                                       least three further subjects at GCSE/GCE 'O'
Year-2(Part Ι)                                   level at Grade C or above
Law of tort                                      or three subjects at GCE 'A' level (with one
Law of trusts                                    'A' level at not less than Grade D)
Land law                                         or three subjects at GCE 'A' level and one
Year-3(Part ΙΙ)                                  further subject at GCSE/GCE 'O' level at
Jurisprudence and Legal Theory                   Grade C or above
Company law                                      or two subjects at GCE 'A' level, plus two
Introduction to Islamic law                      further subjects at GCE 'AS' level
Research project/ Dissertation
                                                 Career opportunities
                                                 Although a Law Degree is obviously designed
                                                 to enable students to enter the legal
                                                 profession and become a solicitor or a
                                                 barrister, it also provides a sound recognised
                                                 basis for entry into a variety of other
                                                 professions such as para-legal work, the
                                                 police, public administration, teaching,
                                                 lecturing, sales, marketing and general
                                                 management.

Key Facts:                                       Assessment

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                                                         For all subjects (except the LLB final-year
Duration: Three years full time.                         Dissertation option) assessment is entirely
Start Date: September 2009 & February                    by unseen written three-hour examinations
2010                                                     at the end of each stage of study.
English language requirements: IELTS 6.0                 Examinations are held in May/June at local
(Or equivalent)                                          centres in over 150 different countries as well
                                                         as in London (please see the Examinations
                                                         section of our website for further details).
                                                         Examinations are marked by University of
                                                         London approved academics to ensure your
                                                         work is assessed to the same standard as
                                                         College-based students of the University.

                                                         Contact us:
                                                         E-mail: info@londonsac.co.uk
                                                         Web: www.londonsac.co.uk




B.SC (Hons) in Information Technology (BCS) Qualification

About British Computer Society: BCS Professional Examinations were established in 1969 and are the essential
qualifications for a career in computing and IT. The examinations have been developed in consultation with employers
to meet the demands and evolving needs of the IT community. They are constantly updated to acknowledge both
practical and academic experience. BCS Professional Examinations covers three levels, which are then broken down
into a wide-range of IT subjects.

Progression routes

                                                                         Similar to year 3 in UK University and
Professional Graduate Diploma in IT
                                                                         level 6 under QCA


                                                                         Eligible to apply at one of many
                                                                         universities who offer Bachelor’s
                                                                         degree in Information Technology
          BCS Diploma in IT
                                                                         Similar to year 1 in UK University and
          BCS Certificate in IT
                                                                         level 4 under QCA



BCS Qualification                 Entry Requirements

Certificate in Information        No formal entry restrictions. It is recommend that candidates
Technology                        are aged at least 19 and have education to A-level standard, or
                                  equivalent, before they attempt the examinations. As these are
                                  professional examinations, it is expected that candidates be
                                  aspiring towards a career in IT or already working in this field



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                           Either BCS Certificate in IT
                           Or ABE Dip BIS pt 1&2
Diploma in   Information   Or BTEC HNC in Computing
Technology                 And For people whose first language is not English, the
                           required standard on the course is as follows:
                           • IELTS 5.5
                           •TOEFL 550 or an equivalent qualification.

                           Either BCS Diploma in IT
                           Or ABE Adv Dip BIS
Professional Graduate      Or IMIS Higher Diploma (excluding core module)
Diploma in Information     Or NCC IADCS (some modules) And For people whose first
Technology                 language is not English, the required standard on the course is
                           as follows:
                           • IELTS 5.5
                           •TOEFL 550 or an equivalent qualification.

Key Facts:

Duration: Three years full time.
Start Date: September and February For more information, contact us on below:

E-mail: info@londonsac.co.uk




Tuition Fees
THE ASSOCIATION OF CHARTERED CERTIFIED ACCOUNTANTS (ACCA)
COURSE DURATION (THREE YEARS)
EXAM DATES: JUNE/DECEMBER EVERY YEAR
ACCA                        COURSE FEES  REGISTRATION FEES    COURSE METERIALS
KNOWLEDGE                   £3000        £66                  INCLUDED
F1 TO F3 (1ST YEAR)
SKILLS                      £3200        £66                  INCLUDED
(F4 – F9(2ND YEAR)
PROFESSIONAL                £3500        £66                  INCLUDED
P1 – P7(3RD AND FINAL YEAR)
LONDON ST.ANDREW’S COLLEGE WILL PAY ALL ACCA STUDENT’S REGISTRATION FEES AND
COURSE METERIALS UPON RECEIVE FULL YEAR TUTION FEES IN ADVANCE.

THE CERTIFIED ACCOUNTANT TECHNICIAN (CAT)
COURSE DURATION (TWO YEARS)
EXAM DATES: JUNE/DECEMBER EVERY YEAR
CAT                              COURSE FEES REGISTRATION FEES COURSE METERIALS
Introductory Level/ Intermediate £3000       £58               INCLUDED
Level( 1ST YEAR)
Advanced Level(2ND YEAR)         £3000       £58               INCLUDED
LONDON ST.ANDREW’S COLLEGE WILL PAY ALL CAT STUDENT’S REGISTRATION FEES AND
COURSE METERIALS UPON RECEIVE FULL YEAR TUTION FEES IN ADVANCE.



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THE ORGANIZATION FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT (OTHM)
COURSE DURATION (THREE YEARS)
OTHM                      COURSE FEES    REGISTRATION FEES   COURSE METERIALS
PROFESSIONAL              £3000          £110                INCLUDED
CERTIFICATE(1ST YEAR)
PROFESSIONAL DIPLIMA(2ND  £3200          £120                INCLUDED
YEAR)
PROFESSIONALHIGHER        £3500          £150                INCLUDED
DIPLOMA(3RD AND FINAL
YEAR)
LONDON ST.ANDREW’S COLLEGE WILL PAY ALL OTHM STUDENT’S REGISTRATION FEES AND
COURSE METERIALS UPON RECEIVE FULL YEAR TUTION FEES.

BACHELOR OF LAW (LLB)
COURSE DURATION (THREE YEARS)
EXAM DATES: JUNE/DECEMBER EVERY YEAR
LLB                        COURSE FEES    REGISTRATION FEES     COURSE METERIALS
1ST YEAR                   £3800          £806                  INCLUDED
2ND YEAR                   £3500          £305                  INCLUDED
3RD YEAR                   £3500          £305                  INCLUDED
LONDON ST.ANDREW’S COLLEGE WILL PAY ALL LLB STUDENT’S REGISTRATION WITH
UNIVERSITY OF LONDON(£746) AND APPLICATION HANDLING(£60) FEES COURSE METERIALS
UPON RECEIVE FULL YEAR TUTION FEES IN ADVANCE.EXAM FEE PER YEAR/PART £511 IS NOT
INCLUDED.

BRITISH COMPUTER SYSTEMS (IT)
COURSE DURATION (THREE YEARS)
EXAM DATES: APRIL /OCTOBER EVERY YEAR
IT                          COURSE FEES  REGISTRATION FEES    COURSE METERIALS
CERTIFICATE IN IT(1ST YEAR) £3000        £25                  INCLUDED
DIPLOMA IN IT(2ND YEAR)     £3000        £25                  INCLUDED
PROFESSIONAL GRADUATE       £3500        £25                  INCLUDED
DIPLOMA IN IT(3RD YEAR)
LONDON ST.ANDREW’S COLLEGE WILL PAY ALL BCS STUDENT’S REGISTRATION FEES AND
COURSE METERIALS UPON RECEIVE FULL YEAR TUTION FEES IN ADVANCE.



ENGLISH ADVANCE
COURSE DURATION (ONE YEAR)
ENGLISH                    COURSE FEES   REGISTRATION FEES    COURSE METERIALS
ENGLISH 12 MONTH COURSE    £2400                              INCLUDED




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